Charles Payne – Keynote speaker
This black man from Harlem has never fealt more welcome than right her.
I see a crowd of people that love their country with all their heart.
When I look into this crowd, I see thousands that have escaped the apathy of the masses. God blessed me with a brain and an indomitable spirit and a brain and I am not going to let a politician take that away.
Anti-capitalists always find their greatest opportunity when things are bad. They blame Wall Street, but they have a different agenda. Obama came in intending to take over banks.
Through Czars, Executive Orders the White House plans to take over the economy.
Jim Bunning was vilified for demanding we pay for unemployment payments.
I never hear Obama say thank you God. I always hear him say “my administration did this, or that”, but never “I thank God”.
When I was growing up in Harlem, I saw many that refused to take handouts, and others that believed welfare was a right. The working parents see their kids in the same clothes as the welfare mothers. The government paid rent, food and clothes. There was no incentive to work. Why should we work.
47% do not pay income tax.
10 million are getting unemployment
40 million are on food stamps.
We are becomming a welfare nation and the government has given up on capitalism.
Businesses are vilified and weakened.
We barreling toward the great welfare society.
Nobody drove here in a limo. You are all regular hard working folks. You know stealing is wrong. The government is stealing from the mouths of our children.
Faith in God laid the groundwork for capitalism.
It is time to reject the creation of a welfare nanny state.
When I was a teen in Harlem one night, I was not eating. My Mom asked what was wrong.
He said he was watched a handy man cleaning a laundry mat and he found an arm of a doll. He ran over to other parts of the doll and put it together. He said his daughter would be so happy to get the doll.
This doll was probably bought by someone on welfare, and was going to a family that worked very hard.